The Milky Way galaxy's wealthiest hard boiled egg, Marc Andreessen, is back with more words no one asked for. Now he's doubting the New Yorker's Jill Lepore is qualified to write about the American business cult of "disruption" with her measly PhD in American Studies from Yale and Harvard tenure. Good question, Marc.
Teacher tenure was found to be unconstitutional today in California, with a judge ruling that students are "unfairly, unnecessarily disadvantaged" by the practice. On its face, Vergara v. California was the case of nine students fighting a practice designed to protect educators' academic freedom that now occasionally entrenches terrible teachers. However, the case was part of a larger shell game orchestrated by one Silicon Valley tech mogul.